I hadn’t looked at the description of Love’s Harvest before I started reading it. As I went on in the book I realized I knew this beautiful love story. I recognized the grief of the main characters in their losses. I saw their resolve to return home and the desperate desire to find any hope in the day to day struggle. This retelling of Naomi and Ruth’s saga from the Bible feels fresh and relevant. It’s setting is in the early 1900’s and War World I. Noreen and Rosa doubt God and His will, His path for them, and His place in their lives. How much can one take and have any faith? I loved how the plot came together in a sweet and vital ending. The seeds of angst and pain produced a beloved harvest! Read this one and find a renewed affection for Naomi, Ruth, and God’s redeeming power.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Celebrate Lit in exchange for an honest review which I have given. I was unable to acquire the real book cover but you can go to Celebrate Lit on the internet and they are having a book tour with more information about the book and the author.